Leh Ladakh Tour Package
Leh, a high-desert city in the Himalayas, is the capital of the Leh region in northern India’s Jammu and Kashmir state. Chidambar Travels gives your a dream Tour to Leh Ladakh with exciting offers on it. Explore Best Leh Ladakh Tour Packages with us. Once you visit this place, its Beauty will always stay in your heart. We bring the fantastic opportunity for you to be a part of this tour with us and cherish all these moments for lifetime. Our tour to Ladakh covers following spots:
- Magnetic Hill
- Patthar sahib Gurudwara
- Sangam of the rivers Indus and Zaskar
- Moon land & Lamayuru Monastery
- Alchi Gompa
- Vijay Memoria
- Khardung Pass
- Nubra Valley
- Cold desert
- Future Bhuddha
- Pangong Lake
- Shey Palace
- Hall of Fame War Museum and Shanti Stupa
- Welcome to Leh – the second largest district in India.
- Night Stay in Leh
- Today we proceed to Aichi. En route we visit Magnetic Hill, Patthar sahib Gurudwara and Sangam of the rivers Indus and Zaskar followed by visits to Moon land & Lamayuru Monastery.
- Later we visit Alchi Gompa-mainly known for its magnificient and well preserved 11th & 12th century wall painting all in Indo-Himalayan style.
- Overnight stay at Kargil.
- Visit War Memorial, also known as Vijay Memorial – built in the memory of the martyr soldiers Of 1992 Kargil War. The museum at this war memorial emblems the models of Himalyan Mountain Ranges archives of the documents. There is a special War Gallery named after Captain Manoj Kumar, housing photographs and weapons. The walls have the names the soldiers who sacrificed their life in the war.
- In the evening we arrive In Leh.
- Night Stay in Leh.
- Today We proceed to Nubra Valley via Khardung La (La means ‘Pass’ in Tibetan). Khardungla the world’s highest motorable pass.
- Nubra Valley is where the Shyok River meets the Siachen River to a large valley separating the Ladakh and Karakoram ranges.
- We also visit the Cold desert
- Night Stay in Nubra Valley
- Today in the morning we visit Diskit – Future Bhuddha and then we return to Leh.
- Night Stay In Leh
- Today we the day at Pangong Tso also known as Pangong Lake. The most notable feature lake are its ever-changing hues. The lake acts as an important breeding ground for a large variety of migrating birds like Brahmani Ducks. Rare black necked cranes and Seagulls.
- Please Note: that the government authorities may disallow overnight stays at Pangong for tours’s. In such a situation we will re-adjust the itinerary and have a day trip at Pangong. We will keep you updated regarding the same.
- Night Stay in Pangong Tso.
- Today we return to Leh. En route we visit Shey Palace which was the summer capital of the Kings of Leh. Indus River, Hemis Gompa and Rancho School.
- Night Stay in Leh.
- Today we visit Hall of Fame War Museum and Shanti Stupa.
- In the evening we go for local shopping.
- Night Stay in Leh
- Departure from Leh Tour Concludes.
- Transportation and Inner Line Permit.
- All Meals.
- All Entry Tickets.
- All kinds of Personal Expenses such as tip, laundry, telephone bills and beverages.
- Camera fee (still or movie) and suggested and unspecified activities.
- Miscellenious charge like monument entrance fees, inner line permits, portar services at hotel and boat ticket wherever required.
Total Fare: Rs 36,000/- + AIR
Culture of Ladakh
The general population of Ladakh, all around, show a characteristic joie-de-vivre, which is without given rein by the area’s antiquated conventions. Socio-religious celebrations, including the yearly celebrations held in the cloisters, give the reason to pleasant get-togethers. The round of Polo is yet nother glad component of the pop culture. Bows and arrows is a familial game of Ladakh, which is a piece of the way of life. In Leh and its encompassing towns, arrow based weaponry celebrations are held amid the late spring months, with a ton of fun and exhibit. In Kargil region, then again, the arrow based weaponry rivalries are progressively genuine and deprived of the moving and music, and these are held in late-winter, at the season of the defrosting of the winter snow and ice. Polo, the other conventional game of Ladakh is indigenous toward the western Himalayas, particularly to Baltistan and Gilgit.